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123. nasdaq is off about 1.25%. >> texas instruments on deck to report its results after the bell. should you buy the stock ahead of the second-quarter earnings? >> which will come first? dow 20,000 or dow 3,000? two market watchers each looking the other way. we will debate their stance in the next hour. stocks for your p? with the fidelity stock screener, you can try strategies from independent experts and see what criteria they use. such as a 5% yield on dividend-paying stocks. then you can customize the strategies and narrow down to exactly those stocks you want to follow. i'm mark allen of fidelity investments. the expert strategies feature is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. [ male announcer ] while many automakers are just beginning to dabble with the idea of hybrid technology... it's already ingrained in our dna. during the golden opportunity sales event, get great values on some of our newest models. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> today's stock sell-off bad? nothing compared to th
, and that would be crude, look at west texas crude up nearly 3% today, back above $92 a barrel. it is down 9% from where it was, but today's close is the highest closing level since the month of may. brian belski, what do you think is next for oil? >> we think people have overreacted, and people are realizing the market is not melting down. >> but this has to be a worry, art, about what's going on in syria, the bombing yesterday of that tourist bus in europe, and these enflame fears, don't they? >> yes. today, rising oil prices temporarily help the averages and that got us up, but the increase in the fears are not reflected in the treasury market so far and certainly not in the equity market. so if we make it through the weekend we'll see if europe reasserts. >> let's talk about microsoft and google. >> i think the key to both of those names is to continue to show signs of organic growth in the kind of quality earnings growth that investors are going to those names for overall within tech, too. >> it's a very interesting parlay there. you have microsoft coming out with it's own tablet, and google
to stimulus at all. an investment management group out of texas. i urge people to go to the website and read three independent research papers that don't define what the fed is doing and some of this money throw into banks as a stimulus. >> paul, what's your read as you watch thetivity on the street. >> the markets remain very sensitive to the possibility and prospect that we might have more policy action from the central banks. we agree that coordinated action is a possibility. i also agree that that's not really going to be any kind of a solution. also we have some people talking about the potential of getting a banks license. that has as some positive impact on the markets today. a lot of folks in europe agree with that. >> all right, gentleman, thank you so much. you know the headline he was just mentioning out of europe, come across it about 3:00 in the morning. that pry has more to do that what we're seeing today, the market has been following every move. >> i also think it's partly because the fed telegraphed what they're going to do. and to say a day as early as next week. and they'r
like semi conductors. talking about texas instruments downgraded today. last week amd had a warning. applied materials had warning as well. there is a lot of concern in tech. global growth is slowing. why do you see opportunity where others say run for the doors? >> we spent the week last week in san francisco and there was some concern but i think that you have a secular growth story where you are moving smaller -- have you the 450 millimeter investment into asml by intel. there is positive trends in the area. you have to buy them right and be patient and as a long-term investor that's what we try to do. >> i can't imagine we don't get a st. paul ahead of microsoft. why am you going to upgrade when i know the operating system isn't there yet? that's just very specific to technology. let me get your take on the earnings estimates right now. what needs to come down further. are there groups out there that you can hide in while the market comes down? and -- where the estimates have already come as far as they are going to go. do you think across the board estimates have to keep coming
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